Animals / Clouds / Corrales / Cottonwoods / Insects / Sunrise / Sunset / Trees Dragons & Damsels June 21, 2021 Timothy Price50 Comments Sunrise Cotton at sunset Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading...
50 thoughts on “Dragons & Damsels”
There’s the cotton! I’m running out of superlatives for your gorgeous photos, Tim.
It’s a clinking cotton. Same for me with your poems. Thanks, Mary Jo.
Beautiful. So colourful!
Crepusculars on top of dragons and damsels! 😁
My favorite are those red dragons – don’t see a lot of them and always enjoy when I stumble upon one.
We have a lot of red dragonflies out here. I thought I had a blue on, also. But apparently I was observing it without the camera. Thanks, Brian.
Fabulous, as are your roses over at Frank’s. Nice to meet you, Tim 🙂 🙂
Thanks, Restless Jo. Nice to meet you, too.
Amazing detail of these wee ‘critters’.
Thanks, Shey. The wee crtter have a lot of wee details.
They sure do !
No prizes for guessing where the design of the biplane came from.
I don’t think there’s much guessing involved. Thanks, Couriers.
Damsel [third photo] has an eye on you! Wow… Not a being not enjoying your paradise!
Eye! Eye! Thanks, Marina.
Realy awesome captures, my compliments !
Wow just Wow❣️
Absolutely stunning images!
Beautiful, all these varieties of dragonflies and skies in dragonfly-colours
The second is a dragonfly, and the third pic a damsel?! Haha! Amazing.
Thanks, Linda. You can clearly see the difference between them.
Nice captures of these dragon flies. Love the capture of sun light through clouds in the last picture.
Absolutely love this simple but detailed shot. Amazing.
you are really good at getting close ups.. kudos..
Thanks, China Dream.
It’s not easy photographing dragonflies and damsels, I know, I’ve tried and tried! These are fantastic shots, they are so interesting up close, and all so unique and different!
Buon giorno Timothy, your picture just give me much joy! I would very much like to know the name of the flower on your third picture! I brought one that looks like it from Madeira and it has taken at least 5 years to make a flower, which is now slowly opening.:)
Hi Martina. The flower in the 3rd photo is an unopened Shasta Daisy bud. Fully opened Shasta Daisies are in the 7th photo.
Many thanks, Timothy, for your answer:) Let’s wait and see then!
These are all beautiful, Tim!
Such a colourful post Tim! Super photos …
Wow, wow, wow! Especially that first photo. 💜
Great skies as always!
Ah ha! The title sounds like a medieval tale, but not.
Great shots, Tim.
Whew! That cotton sure gets around!
Or a game like dungeons and dragons. Cotton everywhere. I should write a cotton song. Thanks, Resa.
Yes… a cotton song!
If I think of a bg tune, I’ll let you know!